1. Learn what each letter stands for: I is 1, V is 5, X is 10, L is 50, C is 100 and M is 1,000. 2. Add the numbers together if they are in decreasing value or are equal in value.
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with your eyes.
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I:1 v:5 x:10 how to read if a letter is in front of the other one and its value is less or equal than the first one they are added. Ex: ii:2, vi:six, vii: seven, viii: eight, iii:
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1. Understand the concept of Roman Numerals. In Roman Numerals, the first number I is followed by II, then there is III. If there were not four parts in a quarter, then IV would not
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